According to the Scientists at Science, anyone who is not a Covidian is stupid and, worse, a denier of Science.
If Peter Hotez doesn’t want to get Covid, why won’t he stay home? That’s the one proven technique for avoiding a respiratory virus. He’s voluntarily entering packed rooms and holding indoor book signings (photo below), then telling others that he knows the secret for avoiding an aerosol contagion?
I included a photo from one of Professor Dr. Hotez, MD, PhD’s tweets:
He spends all day every day in crowded indoor environments talking about how stupid the average American is for not taking Covid-avoidance more seriously. If we translate this Scientific knowledge to another disease we find that anyone serious about avoiding Monkeypox should spend all night every night in a bathhouse.
What did the giant-sized brains of Science have to say about Professor Dr. Hotez, MD, PhD’s book?
… the fierce backlash against sensible public health measures … by uninformed citizens and bad actors on social media… Hotez calls for the US federal government to address anti-science aggression… a proposal for a new entity akin to the Southern Poverty Law Center that would both monitor hateful threats to scientists and offer legal advice and resources.
“Right-wing idealogues” are identified as prime targets who should be hit by those who are pro-Science and “Hotez’s warning about the broader implications of Covid denial must be heeded.”
Let’s check out the Defender of Science’s Twitter feed to see which crowded rooms he’s in.
In a crowded room where nobody wears a mask…
In Manhattan, which is in no way associated with crowding and filth:
Unmasked in a bookstore with a fellow Covidian:
In a Washington, D.C. bookstore with a Floridian and a Covidian:
Getting ready to gather in a crowd of 50,000 for a book festival (in a state where the New York Times informs us that books are banned):
Cuddling indoors with a Climate Doomer/Covid Doomer in Filthadelphia:
Inside a massive convention center stuffed with potentially infected humans:
(The infectious disease experts decided to hold a mass gathering instead of a Zoom-based conference?)
Flashback to three years ago on this blog: What to do when a family member is an anti-masker?
Update: Professor Dr. Hotez, MD, PhD is not afraid of death, but he is afraid of comments from other Twitter users: